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Make sure you recalculate the points to reflect the PointsPlus values!

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mizmarple January 11, 2011

Who makes reduced fat chocolate chips? Couldn't find them anywhere so I made it with regular and used less.

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flameworker2 January 10, 2012

Oh my gosh!!!!!! Do they really make low fat choc chips? I can't wait to try this!!!

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godsgirl316 January 11, 2011

I was looking for a recipe to use up old stale marshmallows and some chocolate rice cereal, and I really liked this! I must confess, I used regular peanut butter, regular butter, regular chocolate chips, and I only had 3 cups of cereal. So I don't think I made a low-fat or low-calorie treat, but I loved the peanut butter with the chocolate.

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AmyZoe November 29, 2008

These were just ok for us. I only had 5 cups of cereal , but went ahead and used the regular amount of everything else called for. I'm glad I did or I never would've had enough coating. There is very very little peanut butter flavor to these , kind of like a "why bother" if you can't taste it type things. I guess if you were doing the WW thing , you would be happy to have a low point crunchy sweet, we just didn't care for them all that much. Sorry Kittencal!! Thanks for posting it though! :)

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Marlene. April 01, 2007
Weight Watchers Low-Fat Chocolate Crunch Bars (2pts)